Exactly. Trust and believe my company name is not grass monkey I'm sticking to the theory they really did start the business the way they did. I really think they advertised a lot, had a lot of customers, around 2,000, then grew too much. I think they grew so much they couldn't control it. No supervision, no management, etc brought them down. Think about it, they either need to know Spanish or know someone that can, hiring all H2B workers must be hard because of a culture difference. I think the quality started to suffer (17 yelp reviews from one location, most weren't too good). Then they came up with a way to subcontract to get away from the downturn in employment problems they had. But, it's all speculation. Their story was fascinating to me, as it was to a lot of others. Curious if we'll ever hear from him again.